Study after study shows that one group outperforms others in running businesses. What do they have in common?
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I’ve had clients who came back after a long hiatus. I’ve had clients who brought me on board when they switched companies. I’ve had clients who sent new business my way.
All three have one thing in common.
The nice thing about business resources and templates is that you can you don’t have to reinvent the wheel or start from scratch. The Internet is loaded with business tools, templates, websites, applications, and resources to help your small business.
In fact, there are too many small business resources out there. How do you weed out the good from the bad? To save you time, we searched and culled some of the better resources.
These valuable questions can do more than help you get more working capital for your business. They help you check to see if your company is on track in meeting its goals. You may be thinking about growing your business by taking on bigger opportunities or adding products or services.
Most companies have suppliers. Yes, you’re their customer. And they should go out of their way to treat you well.
How much time do you put into making your clients happy?
How about for finding new clients?
Which takes more of your time?
The simple act of getting paid can take up a big chunk of small business owner’s time while pushing stress levels to new highs. Aside from exploring funding options to help with cash flow problems, businesses can put safeguards in place to stop wasting time on chasing down payments. With the time they regain, they’ll be able to do more business development.
At NCAA football’s Alamo Bowl, Oregon was heading for a blow out as it led the game 31 to 0 at the half. Their opponent, nationally-ranked TCU, was a capable team. The team was most likely shaken up by the loss of their starting quarterback and key wide receiver.
One of the fastest ways to start or grow your business is to buy a company. The right one can expand your offerings and broaden your customer base. There’s one downside. Buying a business takes resilience considering all the legal, taxes, paperwork, and licensing requirements involved. However, that’s nothing compared to trying to start a new business from scratch.